United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 525 United States journalists listed.

Julia Jester

Researcher • TODAY Show

Work: NBC News TODAY Show, NBCU Page Program (CNBC Documentaries, MSNBC's The Last Word), Vox (Engagement Intern, Community Manager), Al Jazeera America (News Intern), Blue State Digital (Social Media Intern) Education: Georgetown University (Major - American Studies • Minors - Journalism, Government)

Ben Emery

Brand Strategist - Copywriter - Content Writer

I'm a brand strategist, copywriter, and content writer working independently and within an agency, https://emery.agency. I work with brands to find their creative, authentic self and help them talk about it. I live in the woods of Maine with my wife and our four kids.


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Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie

Writer, journalist, adjunct professor, copy editor, translator, proofreader

Please see my profile on About.me with name jcpduthie.


Jessica Born

I am an inquisitive, resourceful leader committed to creativity and inventive approaches to writing, editing, and communication.


Ryan Kelley

Content Developer, Editor & Strategist

I'm passionate about developing compelling content that engages and educates. I love working with experts, academics, and other smart people who "can't write," but are itching to communicate.


Shelley Rohrbaugh

Advertising Professional

Driven and passionate advertising professional with over 6 years of agency experience ranging from sending traffic to writing broadcast copy. Efficient in fast-paced multitasking environments. Resourceful and flexible, able to maintain a positive attitude and strong work ethic. Strong technical command of the English language; familiarity with a variety of writing styles; serious commitment to excellence in the printed and published word.


Laura Aebi

Content Creator & Jack of All Trades

I’m seeking a role that utilizes the communication and design skills that I’ve already honed in marketing, public relations and journalism. My most recent role was as a marketing coordinator for Kevia and JourneeBox, a subscription box that I directly oversaw the launch for. In that role, I interpreted analytics to implement strategic marketing plans, designed web and email content, and sourced products from vendors — as well as designing the packaging and products themselves. As a publicist, I was responsible for assessing a client’s outreach goal and crafting pitches around that goal, as well as finding aligned media and speaking. I have also “ghostwrote” for clients in many publications including MindBodyGreen, the Portland Business Journal, the Puget Sound Business Journal and more. Before PR, I was the features/lifestyle editor at a newspaper that publishes five editions per week. I was responsible for daily pagination using InDesign, managing interns, overseeing the creation of magazines, managing social media and other editorial responsibilities. I graduated from Texas State University in communications, with an emphasis in journalism, and a minor in sociology. Before my position at the paper, I worked two unpaid internships for two separate radio stations, KTSW 89.9 and NPR’s KUT 90.5, during my senior year. For both stations, I worked as a news reporter and produced daily content. I am passionate, hardworking, friendly and committed.


Elizabeth Dwyer


Elizabeth earned her MFA in T.V. & Screenwriting from Stephens College. Her scripts have placed in a number of competitions, including the Austin Film Festival, the ISA Fast Track Fellowship, and the George R.R. Martin Screenwriting Grant. Elizabeth wrote and co-produced two award-winning short films, "Imagining Vera" and "Pinky Promise," and two of her academic essays were recently published in the collection "When Women Wrote Hollywood: Essays on Female Screenwriters in the Early Film Industry" (MacFarland, 2018). As a writer for the University of New Mexico, Elizabeth researches, writes, and edits articles on a variety of academic subjects and happenings. Her writing publications and accomplishments include: AWARDS "Pinky Promise" – Writer, Co-Producer Winner, Best NM Short Screenplay, Cine Magnifico Latino Film Fest Winner, Best Director, Flicks4Chicks competition "Imagining Vera" – Writer, Co-Producer Winner, Best Film, Albuquerque 48-Hour Film Project "North Amerikay" – Writer ISA Fast Track Fellowship 2018, Finalist Austin Film Fest 2018, Second Rounder (top 15%) "Lovewrecked" – Writer Austin Film Fest 2016, Second Rounder (top 15%) "The Other Woman" – Writer Finalist, Oregon Film Awards Finalist, WMC 28 (writemovies.com) Semi-Finalist, We Screenplay Diverse Voices "Love, Pandora" – Writer Semi-Finalist, We Screenplay Diverse Voices "Extra Ordinary" – Co-Writer Finalist, George R.R. Martin Screenwriting Grant "Bright Futures" – Co-Writer Quarterfinalist, WMC 38 (writemovies.com) PUBLICATIONS Essays "When Women Wrote Hollywood: Essays on Female Screenwriters in the Early Film Industry" (MacFarland, 2018) Freelance Articles Elephant Journal – "For My Daughter: Full Belly, Happy Heart" Howlround – Cafecito: "Duking it Out with a Southwest Troupe" The Weekly Alibi – "Well Fraised" The Weekly Alibi – "Doctor of Dance" BeautyCoup.com – Creator, Contributor The Outlier Collective (now defunct) – "Give Us Our Sexy Back" Elizabeth can be reached via the contact page on her website: elizabethmaud.com/contact

Ashley Luck


A determined communicator and writer with a passion for people. Currently a Communications Assistant at Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority. Experience in public relations, communications, content writing, journalism, social media management, copy editing, copywriting, event/campaign coordination, marketing, customer service, and administrative assistance. Email: [email protected] Located in Richmond, Virginia.


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Leah Welborn

Freelance Writer

I'm Leah Welborn, a freelance writer based in Denver, Colorado, and I've been writing professionally for 25 years. I have advanced degrees in Creative Writing and Art History, and I've written extensively about art, culture, and cannabis.